“The Bible is full of errors.” Is that statement true or false? There is a proliferation of the idea that the Old and New Testaments, as we have them today, can’t be trusted to have maintained their resemblance to their original autographs. The charge is leveled that the scribes who copied the Scriptures over the centuries were not diligent in their transcription and mistakes were made. We therefore have no, or little, idea what the originals said and as such the Bible can’t be trusted. If the critics are right then they would have a good case for discounting the reliability of the Bible and dismiss it out of hand. But on what do they base their conclusion? Does it hold water that the scribes made those mistakes? What mistakes, if any, did they make? The Bible makes clear that “there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus (1 Tim 2:5).” In today’s message we look at this very important question: is the Bible reliable? The answer makes all the difference in the world, because if the Bible is reliable then a person discounts the truth of 1 Tim 2:5 to their own eternal peril.